Gabrielle is the daughter of a Persian film producer and an English actress. At 19, she moved to Los Angeles with American actor, Craig Sheffer, whom she met while both were working in London.
Trained at a London drama and dance school, Anwar appeared in many BBC-TV productions before making her film debut in the U.S.-Yugoslavian production Manifesto (1988). She followed with If Looks Could Kill (1991) before making a splash (literally) as real-life "diving girl" on horseback Sonora...
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"burn Notice" On Usa Is A Thursday Tv Pick Another cable drama I love returns for its third season. With its Miami setting, sizzling leads (Jeffrey Donovan and Gabrielle Anwar) and...... Thu January 22, 2009, 8:43 am
Bow Wow Lands Thug Role In Indie Comedy Film - The Elements The ElementsBow Wow Lands Thug Role In Indie Comedy FilmThe Elements, CA - Feb 27, 2008According to The Hollywood Reporter, the rapper will appear alongside Chi McBride, Gabrielle Anwar, Evan Ross and Max Thieriot. The movie will reportedl... Wed February 27, 2008, 5:45 pm
Bow Wow Lands Thug Role In Indie Comedy Film Bow Wow has been cast in an upcoming indie film comedy titled "Driving Lessons," in which he will play the role of a wannabe thug.According to The Hollywood Reporter, the rapper will appear alongside Chi McBride, Gabrielle Anwar, ...... Wed February 27, 2008, 10:43 am
Chi Mcbride Leads 'driving Lessons' Cast Additions - Cinematical Chi McBride Leads 'Driving Lessons' Cast AdditionsCinematical, CA - Feb 26, 2008... Evan Ross (Life Support), Chi McBride (Boston Public), Gabrielle Anwar (The Tudors), Madeline Zima (Californiacation), Brittany Robertson (Dan in Re... Wed February 27, 2008, 2:07 am
"This little known movie (a true story) shows government bureaucracy and heartless bungling at*** worst, as rather than sell or give away 400 horses no longer needed by the soon to be mechanized army, the govt. chooses to destroy them. Don Johnson plays a grizzled career army officer who throws away that career and embarks on a long trek to save the horses, in effect stealing them and running for Canada with them and several other army men equally disgusted with the idea of slaughtering the animals. Johnson is not his usual suave, glib self in this movie, but his portrayal of the disillusioned army man is**cellent."
"The professional critics hated this film, so it can't be all bad! In fact, it provides an excellent background on which Micheal J. Fox showcases his talent. A great supporting cast and a fun plot make this entire film a gem you'll want to watch again and again. It sure ain't film noir. Eat your heart out, Mr. Maltin!!!"